Matleena Jääskeläinen

Matleena Jääskeläinen

Matleena Jääskeläinen
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I did this project last year with my Kinders and it was worth every bit of effort as they were so proud of their final product!

that artist woman: Polar Bears - beautiful water color manipulative art (using tissue, plastic wrap, salt, cup and stencil) Very neat way to teach different artistic mediums. (good for any bear book)

Watercolor Flowers - or put paint on paper, let kids blow thru a straw to spread it, paint green stem w/q-tip for fine motor

Watercolor Flowers place a nickel sized dollop of watercolor paint in a lighter tone on canvas use a straw and spray out. Let dry and then use a darker tone watercolor paint on top of it and spray out with straw

"Ice Tunnels" combine ordinary salt, ice and Liquid Watercolor in an unforgettable art and science experiment

DIY Fun SCIENCE Experiment~ Make "Ice Tunnels" by combining ordinary salt, ice and Liquid Watercolor in an unforgettable art and science experiment. Try this on sunny day with lots of bright sunlight and you'll experience amazing color, light refraction a

UPDATE:  I've had a lot of questions about how I assembled these projects.  So, here's how I did it, in case you were curious. : ) My kids ...

Primary Punch: Writing If I Were trapped in a Snow Globe-could do with winter animals and write about what each one does in the winter

Snow Paint.   When it dries, it's this soft spongy art project.  To make your snow paint, com bine equal parts white glue  shav ing cream!   I love this stuff. Makes great snowmen

**I LOVE doing this in the winter for art** Snow Paint. When it dries, it's this soft spongy art project. To make your snow paint, combine equal parts white glue & shaving cream. Makes great snowmen.